Lorin-Johannes Wagner


Lorin-Johannes Wagner is assistant professor for European law at University of Graz (Austria). He holds a PhD from the University of Graz. His research interests relate inter alia to the issue of nationality in public international and EU law.

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Nationality as we know it? – A note on the genuine link

The Nottebohm judgement is probably one if not the best-known case of the ICJ. Ever since its release in 1955 the tune of a genuine link has been reverberating in international law. However, just like so many other one-hit wonders the genuine link has been belittled and failed to genuinely make inroads into doctrinal circles. The…

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